How does your salary stack up in the built environment industry?

How does your salary stack up in the built environment industry?

Despite post-brexit fears, the UK’s built environment and construction sectors have remained strong despite concerns over the growing skills shortage across the industry.

Although the construction activity is expected to remain broadly flat in 2017 and 2018, the industry is expected to see growth in infrastructure and education which will offset falls in commercial offices and industrial factories.

Major projects such as HS2, Hinkley Point C and the Thames Tideway Tunnel will be the key drivers of construction activity within the infrastructure sector and the government’s 2017 Autumn Statement could signal a further boost to further investment across the industry.

For built environment candidates and clients, the following information will enable you to benchmark the salaries and benefits you are offering or receiving. The data is from our in house salary survey, My Salary Tool, which contains salary and benefit information from over 15,000 candidates currently working in the engineering and construction industries.

The data in this report is from salary data from surveys completed by built environment and construction candidates.

Our insights report contains
• Average salaries by region
• Benefits received by permanent candidates
• Average annual bonuses by region
• Average salaries by job role – permanent candidates
• Average salaries by job role – contract candidates
• Permanent salaries versus years of experience

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MySalaryTool is an anonymous salary benchmarking tool for Engineering and Construction professionals.

If you are a candidate looking for a new role, you can search the latest built environment jobs at our dedicated sector page.


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